Washington, DC Housing

Starting in Spring 2011, students enrolled in our programs in Washington, DC will be living in newly constructed housing. Learn more about our programs in Washington, DC.

New Washington, DC Housing

New Washington, DC HousingThe building offers suite-style apartments with shared kitchens, bathrooms, and common areas. There are usually two occupants per bedroom and up to 12 students per suite. Singles are available. Each common room is wired for telephones and cable television.

The housing is situated near the majority of Washington, DC government agencies and bureaus, national and international cultural attractions, and national historical landmarks. The surrounding neighborhood is well-established and boasts a variety of ethnic restaurants along its tree-lined streets. Students are just steps away from the Woodley Park/Zoo Metro stop.

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Washington, DC Academic Center

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Construction of the New Housing

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